The Meteorite Club is the fastest growing organization for Meteorite Collectors, Scientists, and Enthusiasts with thousands of members worldwide.
We unite the meteorite community through active participation.
Sharing knowledge, ideas, and meteorites with one another is essential to advance meteoritical science and vastly improve your meteorite experience!
Our success is interdependent upon each other. The Meteorite Club offers access to resources you would not otherwise have, access to friendships and new experiences, access to participation in your favorite aspects of meteorites allowing you to relax and appreciate the time spent here. The effects of responsible meteorite trading will help in building your collection faster than what is possible alone. The Club supports you as the leader for new discoveries in the field of space exploration. The Club aims to share and make learning experiences fun and easy, in addition to staying informed of all meteorite related news and events.
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SHARING AND GROWING YOUR PASSION FOR METEORITES AND SPACE EXPLORATION
We are uniting the Meteorite Community worldwide, bridging the gap between scientists, collectors and interested people. We are using modern technologies to provide the environment to network with each other and share our passion for meteorites.
We reach out to the world citizens, inspiring them to understand Meteorites, Space, and Astronomy and making available the tools to explore, collect, and study. We helping you to build your own meteorite experience!
News, Events, Information, and Guest writers. We have information all about Meteorites, Astronomy and Planetary sciences. We have what you want to read about. Actual Meteorite News and Informations!
New Meteorite Club BoD member elected: Topher Spinnato
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Why Study Meteorites?
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The New Concord Meteorite Fall
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Meteorites have been found after Cuba daytime meteor event! FIRST INTERVIEWS
Several meteorites have been found in Cuba after a giant fireball was witnessed in broad ...
The Willamette Meteorite
The Willamette meteorite was found in 1902 in the town of Willamette, Oregon and is classified ...
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